Food Safety Magazine

August/September 2019

August/September 2019
August 20, 2019
Present-Day Food Safety Leadership Advice for Future Food Safety Leaders
Present-Day Food Safety Leadership Advice for Future Food Safety Leaders

Food safety professionals must develop the leadership skills necessary to be successful in today’s food industry.

August 20, 2019
Hepatitis A Exposure among Foodservice Workers
Hepatitis A Exposure among  Foodservice Workers

A record hepatitis A outbreak in Kentucky has indicated that foodservice workers have been largely overlooked as an exposed group

August 20, 2019
Keeping Food Safe in the C-Store Environment
Keeping Food Safe  in the C-Store Environment

Convenience store food safety professionals struggle to find food safety-related resources aligned with the complex challenges unique to their environment.

August 20, 2019
The Use of Insects as Food Ingredients
The Use of Insects as Food Ingredients

The risks posed by edible insects as food depend on the species of insect, the feed they consume, the environment they inhabit, and the production and processing methods adopted.

August 20, 2019
U.S. and EU Approaches to Defining and Evaluating Impurities and NIAS in Food Contact Materials
U.S. and EU Approaches to Defining and Evaluating Impurities and NIAS in Food Contact Materials

As concerns about impurities in food contact materials have increased, existing regulatory requirements that impact such impurities are discussed. 

August 20, 2019
The Importance of Cleaning for Food Safety
The Importance of Cleaning for Food Safety

Without appropriate cleaning, effective disinfection can be difficult or impossible to achieve.

August 20, 2019
Keys to Effective Monitoring for Listeria
Keys to Effective Monitoring for <i>Listeria</i>

For ready-to-eat food processors, developing and implementing pathogen environmental monitoring programs are important parts of their sanitation controls.

August 20, 2019
The FSMA Intentional Adulteration Rule Is Here: Are Processors Ready?
The FSMA Intentional Adulteration Rule Is Here:  Are Processors Ready?

Food facilities will need to conduct a vulnerability assessment and develop plans to prevent or minimize the risk from threats to their food operations.

August 20, 2019
The Juice Industry’s Commitment to Food Safety
The Juice Industry’s Commitment to Food Safety

From the growers’ farm to your refrigerator, safety is the top priority for companies in the juice industry.

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